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  • mark williams
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    Thanks Tobe. I will check out the facebook page.

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  • Tobe
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    Thanks, Mark...outstanding as usual. I spend a lot of time doing video near streams, ponds and reservoirs here in the Catskills and always appreciate your sweet sensibility towards the landscape.

    My latest (in post production) is about the Esopus Creek watershed. Lots of contemporary and vintage materials to wrangle.
    More info here:
    https://www.facebook.com/EsopusTight...dmin_todo_tour

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  • mark williams
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    Not much of a winter here in N.GA for the past two years. But here are some clips I assembled. For best quality view in 2k/4k.

    https://vimeo.com/395035697

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yl2pGpwQ6Ek

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  • satyamfilm
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    Projects On EDIUS

    Check my projects here https://www.youtube.com/user/satyanfilm

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  • AJL14
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    Nice work, Chris. Great tribute to these dogs that many folks are innocent about. Your "slo-mo" shots (in EDIUS) worked beautifully. Touching story.
    Best always,
    Alan

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  • spurfilm
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    Thanks all of you for the comments. It's always good to get encouragement.

    First, yes sorry, it was shot 3840x2160 50p, and then output from EDIUS as 1920x1080 25p. I have corrected that on the original post.

    Second, yes, the actors audio has echo due to so many hard surfaces. Looking back I wish I had taken a sound recordist with me. But it was very cramped in there - not much room to move. The wide angle shots make it look a lot bigger than it was in reality. The lack of space is one reason I went with the GH5 for this shoot.

    Anyhow, glad you mostly like the end result. Even with my British accent on the VO.

    BTW, the girls were short, so I had them standing on boxes so they could be seen over the top of the bar.

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  • Ron Evans
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    Very nice Rick. Love seeing what can be done with the GH series.

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  • ulyssesvideo
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    Originally posted by spurfilm View Post
    My latest film is to promote a new gin product distilled in Transylvania, Romania. It was filmed in a small cocktail bar in Bucharest. I worked alone and it took 4 hours to shoot everything. I did a wide shot first, and after the actors had departed I did the close-ups of the cocktail mixing.

    I used my in-body stabilized Lumix GH5 with a 12-35mm OIS zoom lens. The location interior was lit with flooded red-heads - which were covered by scrims to diffuse the light and also daylight-blue dichroic filters to match the light coming through a window. I also used a small Sokani X21 Pro LED color-balanced light on the camera to lift the foreground subject.

    The video was shot UHD 25p CineLikeD and then the appropriate PCC applied within EDIUS. Quite a few shots were resized with Layouter before exporting at 1920x1080 25p for YouTube and Vimeo with CC subtitles in German, Hungarian and Romanian. Graphics were done in the basic QuickTitler.

    You can view the video here.
    25p or 50p?? looks like 50i video to me.... just saying

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  • GrassValley_PS
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    Gripping story Chris. Well done. Beautifully timed cuts and well put together.
    Last edited by GrassValley_PS; 01-31-2020, 12:24 AM.

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  • GrassValley_PS
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    Excellent work Rick. Great camera work and editing. The actors audio may have had a bit of an echo, but overall a terrific piece.

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  • spurfilm
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    My latest film is to promote a new gin product distilled in Transylvania, Romania. It was filmed in a small cocktail bar in Bucharest. I worked alone and it took 4 hours to shoot everything. I did a wide shot first, and after the actors had departed I did the close-ups of the cocktail mixing.

    I used my in-body stabilized Lumix GH5 with a 12-35mm OIS zoom lens. The location interior was lit with flooded red-heads - which were covered by scrims to diffuse the light and also daylight-blue dichroic filters to match the light coming through a window. I also used a small Sokani X21 Pro LED color-balanced light on the camera to lift the foreground subject.

    The video was shot UHD 3840Ă—2160 50p CineLikeD and then the appropriate PCC applied within EDIUS. Quite a few shots were resized with Layouter before exporting at 1920x1080 25p for YouTube and Vimeo with CC subtitles in German, Hungarian and Romanian. Graphics were done in the basic QuickTitler.

    You can view the video here.
    Attached Files
    Last edited by spurfilm; 01-27-2020, 05:30 PM.

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  • LewS
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    Very nicely done and a story well told.

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  • cybertrix
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    Figured I'd post something "typical" of what I whip up in 100% Edius. So here's a budget "story piece" from an event last year. A few key Edius utilized features include:

    - Stabilizer to take off micro-shake off a few shots (so fast)
    - Slow motion optical-flow on a couple of shots
    - VST integration : ReaComp / EQ + master sequence w/ W1 Limiter
    - Fast-masked colour grades in places, often tracked.

    https://vimeo.com/363801398/386891ffae

    Big part of low-budget briefs these days seems to be "no big cameras"; and requirements to deal with "whatever-weather" so I often bust out the Sony RX10iii at 100fps (bit of a secret weapon IMHO). Also shot some in-public stuff on the Osmo Pocket (de-sharpened). I grade "in-camera" with custom picture profiles (no SLOG3) and only apply the odd tweak in Edius. A few cut-away's are archive from my Sony FS5 and you can tell the difference but it matches quite well. The FS5 is great on a tripod, but once you are on a gimbal doing run & gun in a rain forest you just need to lock-focus and get shots in a take or two.

    Bulk of video was shot in 4 hours, with no script or prepared questions (just honest chats). Editing took 2 x days with grading / mix done during the edit. A bunch of archive from 5 other similar videos was used and it's just one big Edius project with tons of sequences I can pluck from. We did one round of changes. (added a VO at end to give a bit more context)

    I feel the spirit of this thread is "100%-in-Edius" and for me that's my fast turnaround content. That is where a lot of the market is heading - and for me - it is what Edius does best!

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  • Seemedia
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    Banner TV adv
    Shot with Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera with Sigma 70mm f/2.8 Macro
    Editing and Colorgrading with Edius

    https://vimeo.com/369512217

    (With some shots before grading)
    Attached Files

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  • AJL14
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    Thanks for the kind words, Rick. I'm so sorry for your loss, but perhaps this video brings some hope to people who endure this experience. I'm not a proponent of "message" films, but I thought this script was unique in bringing out a needed note. And the actors were absolutely committed.

    And Pat - you were out here 6 weeks ago and didn't call? Naughty guy!

    My best to you both - and thanks for watching and your comments.

    Alan

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